Tag Archives: primary

April 26

Why Pennsylvania Matters

At the start of this election cycle, this primary looked nothing short of boring. We saw two familiar names: Bush and Clinton; and everyone thought this would be a very predictable election. Then, came in two revolutionaries: Trump and Sanders. From this point, everything changed. Seventeen Republicans entered the mix, and the result were three […]

August 05

What to Expect at the First GOP Debate

As the¬†number of candidates for the GOP is shockingly 17 individuals, all who¬†believe they have what it takes to become the next president, it is no surprise that for the first primary debate, Fox News had to break it down to a manageable and realistic number. The way this network did this was through a […]

July 15

Are You Surprised Trump is Number One in Polls? Don’t Be

Ladies and Gentlemen, you might be shocked to hear this news, or you might be happy, or you might be mad, but one thing is for certain and that is as of right now, Donald Trump is first place out of all the Republican candidates according to a new national poll. They say that there […]

July 14

The Primary Battle: Who Can Take Iowa and New Hampshire?

All states are not created equal when it comes to a presidential race, and for this reason you may hear about two more than any other when it comes to the primaries. These two states are New Hampshire and Iowa. Iowa, for its unique caucus voting method, which basically separates the states into “neighborhoods,” and […]